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The Stella cover-up

Oxfordian researcher Peter Moore wrote in a 1993 Shakespeare Oxford Society Newsletter article about the "other" famous sonnet cycle from Elizabethan times (Sidney's Astrophel and Stella), and makes a persuasive case that the on-going centuries-long dispute about who Stella actually was is a perfect answer for Stratfordians who claim that no conspiracy or coverup would have been possible in the matter of the Shakespeare authorship dispute.

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Unpacking Merry Wives of Windsor

by Robert Brazil Shakespeare’s play, The Merry Wives of Windsor, is filled with fascinating enigmas. The comedy, set in the environs of Windsor Castle, weaves together a street level story of love, lust, greed, competition and humiliation with a commentary ...

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